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It would be hard to find a property in this price range and location that offers more spacious accommodation than this end terraced home in the pretty village of Ruan Minor, less than ten miles from Helston. Extended by the current owners it now provides three good size bedrooms, lounge and large open plan kitchen/dining room with bathroom and cloakroom as well as a garage and large workshop. The property does have a local housing clause meaning that prospective buyers must have a three year connection to Cornwall, but this would make for an ideal first time buy or young family home.
The village of Ruan Minor offers plenty of everyday amenities including a superb village shop, Post Office and tea room, dispensing surgery, Primary School, sports ground with tennis court, playing field, childrens play park and recently constructed pavillion as well as Leggys Pasties where you can buy Cornwall's traditional fayre prepared, baked and served on the doorstep. There is also a superb farm shop and a house selling home baked breads whilst a short walk from Ruan leads down to the stunning fishing village of Cadgwith where you can watch the local fisherman arriving back from sea with the daily catch before choosing which to have for your tea. The Cadgwith Inn provides regular evening entertainment and Friday nights are a must attend event as the Cadgwith singers perform an array of songs telling tales from days gone by. The regular bus service provides good access to the surrounding villages of Lizard and Mullion as well as the towns of Helston, Falmouth, Penzance, Redruth and Truro. Kennack Sands is less than a mile from the property and offers two beaches, one of which is open to dogs all year round whilst this stunning part of the coastline does offer something for everyone from sailing to kayaking, surfing to paddle boarding or simply swimming in the crystal clear waters of the some of the UK's finest beaches. An abundance of walks can be found on your doorstep taking in the dramatic backdrop of large serpentine rock formations as you head around mainland Britain's most southerly point, Lizard.
Front entrance porch with tiled floor and door to:-
Radiator. Double glazed window, radiator. Under stairs storage cupboard and stairs to first floor and door to:-
A wonderfully light room with double aspect double glazed windows to the front and rear and a feature multi-fuel burning stove with tiled surround and hearth and wooden mantel. Twin radiators.
Rear aspect double glazed window and wide range of wall and matching base units with worktops over incorporating a 'Flavel' range cooker with eight ring gas hob, stainless steel one and half bowl sink unit, plumbing and space for a washing machine, additional appliance space, heated towel rail, part tiled walls and wide archway to the:-
Once again a lovely light room enjoying a double aspect to the front and rear with additional breakfast bar and radiator.
Door to the rear garden and access to the garage and door to:-
Rear aspect double glazed opaque window, radiator, low flush WC, wash hand basin.
Double glazed window. Airing cupboard housing hot water tank and additional shelved cupboard with radiator.
A superb double aspect double glazed room of particularly generous proportions with radiator and loft access.
Rear aspect double glazed window and radiator.
Rear aspect double glazed window. Radiator and built-in wardrobe with hanging and storage space.
Front aspect double glazed window, part tiled walls, heated towel rail, down lights, bath, low flush WC, wash hand basin, corner shower unit with electric shower and extractor.
Driveway parking for one car leads to the garage. The front garden has a small lawn and paved patio. Side access leads to a garden which is paved and provides storage for the oil tank and a large greenhouse. There is a larger access gate to this area which the current owners have previously used to store a boat and this could be used in a similar manner by a prospective purchaser or for a caravan.
With up and over door, power and lighting.
The rear garden is enclosed and designed for ease of maintenance with a covered storage area and a large workshop with power and light.
The property carries a local housing restriction and prospective buyers must have a 3 year connection to Cornwall. Contact our office for more information.